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Member: Nightwater

CollectionsYour library (446), Wishlist (97), To read (1), All collections (544)


TagsSuspense (177), Series (147), Read-2010 (61), Read-2011 (60), Horror (55), Read-2009 (47), Literary Fiction (46), Read-2008 (43), TBR (31), Science Fiction (20) — see all tags

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About meA full-time art gallery paper-pusher in the throes of a mid-life crisis. I am nostalgic for my college days, summers spent reading for hours without end, cruising through any author who struck my fancy. My reading was heavier then, unlike my weight. I joined LT to take the edge off the pain.

About my libraryVery much a work in progress.

GroupsCrime, Thriller & Mystery, King's Dear Constant Readers, The Weird Tradition, Thing(amabrarian)s That Go Bump in the Night

Favorite authorsJohn Connolly, Michael Crichton, Jeffery Deaver, Elizabeth George, Joe Hill, Stephen King, Phil Rickman, Karin Slaughter, David Wiltse (Shared favorites)



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Member sinceJul 31, 2008

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Definitely go in order with Karin Slaughter's books. Each book builds on the last one. They're solid enough to stand alone but make more sense when read in order because the relationships grow and change.

When you get to Beyond Reach in the Grant County series, start her second series with Will Trent (there are 2) and then read the last one which combines the two (Undone). As you can see, I love the series. Her writing is excellent and even though the crimes are weird, Slaughter makes them believable.
Your "about me" section made me laugh. Yes, LT does take the edge off the pain...slightly.
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